Money can’t buy 1
Category: painting Subject: woman Mediums: acrylic
Materials: canvas Style: contemporary
Size: 60 H x 80 W x 2,5 [cm] / 23,6 H x 31,5 W x 1 [in] Year: 2017
Painting Money can’t buy 1
Money can’t buy 1, a new original acrylic painting on canvas, presenting an attractive girl. Her pose and dress can evoke Lolita, but this is only appearance, which can be misleading.Painted by a painter graduate at the Academy of Fine Arts. Money can’t buy 1, a painting painted with acrylic paint. The leading color is gray and blue. Signed on the front, with certificate of authenticity, protected with fixative . The first painting from the series “Money can’t buy”.
This high quality acrylic painting is painted on canvas with a lightly textured texture, without having to be framed ornamented because the edges are linen, not covered in any color. Ready to hang, with a hook on the back.
The series “Money can’t buy”
The following quote perfectly brings out the inspiration for this series of paintings:
“It’s good to have money and the things that money can buy, but it’s good, too, to check up once in a while and make sure that you haven’t lost the things that money can’t buy.”
The painting ‘Money can’t buy 1’ was honored by ArtFinder (gallery from London) as ‘Art of the Day’.
In April and May 2017, the painting took part in an exhibition of contemporary art organized at the Marriott Irvine (USA / California). Recently the painting took part in an exhibition of contemporary art, organized by the San Francisco Gallery – Daylighted Gallery.
It has set on in 1945, after the II World War and lasts till today. The foundation for the contemporary art was prepared by the Dadaists, who perceived the artist as the creator of the idea. New trends were born, such as abstract expressionism (in Europe- informel), action painting, color field painting, pop-art, op art, conceptual painting, street art, calligraphic painting and others.
The most famous artist are: Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock, Roy Lichtenstein, Francis Bacon , Victor Vasarely.
In contemporary art there isn’t one aim or a point of view. It gives a heterogeneous and ambiguous glance at the contemporary world. Furthermore, there has always been a huge tendency to experiment and search for innovative language which would be consistent with the changing reality (photomontage, collage, manifesto, object, installation, happenings, video installation, performance). Sadly, today it seems that there are virtually no aesthetic or moral bounds in artistic expression.
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